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PLS-5 Plastique Explosive

Plastique is a generic term given to older putty-like explosives usualy formed in
blocks. These explosives can be quite powerful, though not as powerful as some
modern weapons. The plastique is wadded together with electronic detonators stuck
into the wad and set either for remote detonation or else with a timer placed on.
The Ingot bomb is the smallest of the plastique 'block' explosives. It is rectangular
and somewhat flat like an ingot of gold, hence the name.

Model: PLS-5 Plastique Ingot Bomb
Type: High Explosive
Scale: Speeder
Skill: Demolitions
Cost: 800
Availability: 2, X
Blast Radius: 3-12/27/42
Damage: 6D+2/5D+1/4D

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